Health & wellbeing
Your health can affect how you work and therefore how we perform as an organisation. We’re committed to ensuring your health and wellbeing is maintained while you’re at work. You can read more about our employee wellbeing programme in our annual report (under Our People). The profile of our staff can been seen in our PDF, 5,758 Kbequality information.
ORR is proud of our employee engagement score compared to other Civil Service departments; read our results. Our health & wellbeing strategy explains our approach, which includes quarterly reporting of health & wellbeing statistics to our Senior Leadership team.
Sickness absence quarterly reporting
In line with all Civil Service departments ORR is required, on a quarterly basis, to submit a summary of its employee absence statistics to the Cabinet Office and to publish the figures.
The provision of this informationis designed to help the Cabinet Office to improve its work on tackling sickness absence, promoting the health and wellbeing of Civil Service employees, and delivering an engaged and motivated workforce.
|Reporting period||Annual working days lost per employee|
|1 Apr 2016 – 31 Mar 2017||4.5|
|1 Jul 2016 – 30 Jun 2017||5.5|
|1 Oct 2016 – 30 Sept 2017||5.8|
|1 Jan 2017 – 31 Dec 2017||5.1|